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University in Lockdown isn’t university at all

University in Lockdown isn’t university at all

Isaac Lamb June 4, 2020 0

My university, the university of Cambridge, recently made national headlines. They have announced that there will be no in-person lectures next year. Instead, they hastily added, lectures will be replaced by online teaching. Students

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What will the cost of the Lockdown be for our kids?

What will the cost of the Lockdown be for our kids?

Adam Tugwell June 1, 2020 0

As the ties loosen, shops open, horse racing returns and we dare to hope that the pubs will be open before the end of June, the questions that have been troubling many for the

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Maitlis, Grimes, Jones, and the Death of ‘Real News’

Maitlis, Grimes, Jones, and the Death of ‘Real News’

Alan Grant May 31, 2020 0

In the halcyon days of 2010, the esteemed broadcast journalist and host of Nightline Ted Koppel published an article in the Washington Post lamenting the disappearance of objectivity and neutrality in American broadcast journalism.

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The NHS Test & Trace Service: The only certainty is the loss of freedom

The NHS Test & Trace Service: The only certainty is the loss of freedom

Adam Tugwell May 29, 2020 0

The much heralded NHS Track and Trace Service apparently came into service on Thursday. But what help to you and I can it really be? Throughout the Lockdown, the Government and the Police have sought to

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The Morality of Lockdown

The Morality of Lockdown

William Collins April 20, 2020 0

Whilst many people seem to believe that the only thing wrong with the UK Government’s response to Covid-19 was failure to implement the lockdown soon enough and rigorously enough, others are beginning to question

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